The start of the 2010 Winter Games is just under one month away, and the Vancouver Curling Club has recently finalized a couple of outstanding agreements so the plans to welcome the world to the VCC and provide unique opportunities for our members to experience world-class curling are now available.
Please click here to learn more about the activities planned for the VCC in February 2010. The club will certainly be a buzz with curling action on the ice and on the screens in the lounge, and all of the funds raised will be contributed to the club's Capital Development Fund.
Now that the new year is upon us, the staff and board at the VCC wish to extend Happy New Year wishes to all of our members and our friends.
The club is now open again after our holiday break, and we have a full month of curling ahead of us before our league hiatus begins on February 8th.
Be sure to check back here soon and to read the upcoming issue of “The Backline” for complete details on the club’s plans during the league hiatus from February 8th to March 2nd. We have some very interesting activities in the works for both on and off the ice.
Happy New Year!
The first day of qualifying took place on Saturday, November 21st to determine the VCC men's and women's teams to represent the club at the Lower Mainland division of the Dominion Curling Club Championships of British Columbia.
The women's reprsentative has been determined and Team Inglis will represent the VCC. The team is made up of skip Sharon Inglis, third Sharon Carefoot, second Pat Upper, lead Debby Volbrecht and fifth Dianne Petrant.
The VCC's Sandra Schmirler Day took place on Saturday, November 21st, and club members and community members alike came on down to the Vancouver Curling Club to celebrate the sport of curling.
The day was a busy one that had the club's Junior program taking place, the start of the VCC Playdowns for the Dominion Club Challenge, teams from the Blind League playing an exhibition game, community members 'having a go' on the ice and a number of club members who took advantage of the open ice to practice their skills.